Quickteller Eases International Trade

Quickteller, an e-commerce platform of Interswitch Group, has announced the launch of the Quickteller Global Mall which was developed in furtherance of the company’s commitment toward enhancing easy and better service delivery.

Now customers can shop directly from over 100 international stores, including: Amazon, Zara, eBay and Macy’s, and pay in Naira.

The company explained that the service was created to offer consistent guarantee for businesses to accurately cater to its esteemed customers’ needs while providing solutions that make daily life transactions easier and more convenient.

The Quickteller Global Mall affords international business people the opportunity of having their goods shipped, cleared and safely delivered; all through one platform.

Group Head, Digital Payments, Digital Payments, Products & Marketing Management at Interswitch, Adetayo Teluwo, explained that the product was borne out of need to cater to the needs of teeming customers of the company and has also been tested and proven to be reliable.

According to him, “This product was borne out of a rigorous series of surveys, user interviews and user testing which we have piloted with a couple of Quickteller’s most loyal users, and they share our excitement at this innovation.”

The e-commerce platform allows users to purchase a wide variety of goods and services including household items, electronic devices, furniture, mobile devices, laptops, books, cars and so on, from the UK and the USA within a period of 10 to 15days, thus reducing delivery cost and time in business transactions. The service also includes custom clearance and doorstep item delivery.

“The beauty about the service is that the customer does not need to bother about changing currencies or looking for forex, all payments are done in naira. How convenient is this? I will say, very, meaning this is something every business person should take advantage of,” Teluwo added.

Quickteller is an electronic platform that gives users easy and convenient access to a wide range of services such as purchase of airtime, Internet Broadband, Airline tickets, payment of toll fares (e-tag), electricity bills, DSTV subscription renewal, betting and funds transfer.

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